Thu 18th August 2011
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Village near to Southwold

Charming peaceful cottage with churchyard behind, ideally located for travelling into Southwold. Pub literally across the road which happened to have a beer festival on. Excellent local shop in village. Pity there was no outside space/garden facility with the cottage. Otherwise a thoroughly memorable stay.

Dr John Brooks
Tue 4th January 2011
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Cosy cottage in peaceful Suffolk

I think I submitted a review immediately after our visit! Our experience was very positive. The cottage was fine, with a few reservations - the fridge lacks a freezer section & the bottom shelf is missing, it was difficult to get good light to read in a comfy chair, & the lack of any garden would be an issue in the summer. Beyond, the pub opposite serves perfectly good grub, the village shop is useful, & the whole coastal area is lovely.

Jane from Bath
Fri 5th November 2010
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Taking Mum to Suffolk

We enjoyed our stay in a pleasantly located village and comfortable accommodation; taking my mother away for a week, self-catering, and exploring the lovely Suffolk locality.

M & D Halifax
Tue 20th July 2010
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Wangford Cottage

Clean and well-equipped cottage, very comfortable for a couple and maybe two small children. Kitchen rather cramped and no freezer box in fridge. No garden, cottage entrance direct from quiet village road . Good general store in village but village pub food mediocre quality. Location handy for the coast and many pretty villages, bird sanctuary etc.

Mrs G Causi
Wed 14th July 2010
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Beautiful cottage nice quiet friendly village , cottage very comfortable all resorts within a short drive away really enjoyed our stay would go back again. First time to suffolk/Nolfolk we're smitten.

Andrew Haynes
Thu 21st February 2013
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Cosy, quirky cottage

We really enjoyed our Christmas break at Corner Cottage -- and we were delighted with all the little extras provided, such as Christmas crackers, fizzy wine and biscuits. The cottage is compact and quirky but was cosy and warm and homely and ideal for our party of three. It was convenient for visits to towns such as Southwold, Aldeburgh, Bungay and Beccles and for various nature reserves. The village store, two minutes away, had an amazing range of goods for sale. But the pub across the road was a disappointment,with the regular customers seeming to resent visitors.